Mulholland Dr.

Synopsis: After a car wreck, an amnesiac woman sets out to learn what happened to her with the help of a wannabee actress.
88 min

What are you doing? We don't stop here.

[ People Screaming, Whooping ] [ Tires Screeching ]

- Get out of the car. - [ Car Door Opens ]

[Screaming, Whooping Continue ]

[ Tires Screeching]


[Laughing Continues ]

[ Mutters ]

[ Police Radio Chatter, Faint ]

The boys found this...

on the foor, in back of the Caddy.

Yeah. You showed me.

It could be unrelated. Could be.

Any ofthose dead kids wearing pearl earrings?


Could be someone's missing, maybe.

That's what I'm thinking.

[Door Closes ]

Just one more bag after that.

[Door Opens ]

[Footsteps Departing]

[Door Closes ]

[Siren Wailing]

I just wanted to come here.

[ Chuckles ] To Winkie's ?

This Winkie's.

Okay. Why this Winkie's ?

It's kind of embarrassing.

Go ahead.

I had a dream about this place.

Oh, boy.

See what I mean ? [ Chuckles ]


Soyou had a dream about this place.

Tell me.

Well, [ Clears Throat ]

it's the second one I've had,

but they're both the same.

They start out that I'm in here,

but it's not day or night.

It's kind ofhalf night, you know ?

But it looks just like this. [ Chuckles ]

Except for the light.

And I'm scared like I can't tell ya.

[ Chuckles ] Ofall people,

you're standing right over there...

by that counter.

You're in both dreams, and you're scared.

I get even more frightened when I see how afraid you are, and...

then I realize what it is.

There's a man...

in back ofthis place.

He's the one who's doing it.

I can see him through the wall.

I can see his face.

I hope that I never see that face...

ever outside of a dream.

[ Sniffes ]

That's it.


you came to see ifhe's out there.

To get rid ofthis god-awful feeling.

Right, then.

[ Mouths Words ]

He's around here.

[ Echoing, Muted ] Dan! Dan, you all right ? Dan!


[ Dial Tone, Automatic Dialing ]

[ Line Ringing ]

[Phone Ringing]

Hello ?

The girl is still missing.


[ Ringing ]

[Man] Talk to me.

The same.


Oh! [ Chuckles ]

I can't believe it.

Well, it's time to say good-bye, Betty.

It's been so nice traveling with you.

Thankyou, Irene. I was so excited and nervous.

It was sure great to haveyou to talk to.

Remember, I'll be watching foryou on the big screen.

Okay, Irene. Won't that be the day ?

Good luck, Betty dear.

Take care ofyourself. And be careful.

I will. Thanks again. Okay, dear.

Betty, it was so nice meetingyou.

All the luck in the world. Thankyou.

All the luck in the world. Thankyou.

Bye. Bye.

[ Gasps ] My bags!

Where to ?

1 61 2 Havenhurst.

Got it.

[ Chuckling ]

[ Ringing ]

Ten bucks says you're Betty.

Yes, I am, Mrs. Lenoix.

It is Mrs. Lenoix, isn't it ?

Oh, in all my living glory, baby.

- Pleased to meetyou. - Oh,just call me Coco.

Everybody else does. Wait there, and I'll go get the key.

Okay, Coco.

Wilkins! Wilkins!

Ifthat damn dog craps in the courtyard one more time,

I'm just gonna bake his little butt for breakfast!

You don't have any pets, do you ? Oh, no, I don't.

Well, they're allowed. I just don't like them here for obvious reasons.

You know, there was a man that lived here once...

that had a prizefighting kangaroo.

Well, you just wouldn't believe...

what that kangaroo did to this courtyard.

Let's go see your aunt's apartment. It's a good one.

I can hardlywait. [ Chuckles ]

It's unbelievable!

[ Coco Chuckles ] I toldya. Oh, wow!

Well, you and your aunt probably have an understanding, so here's the key.

And ifyou need anything, just give a holler. Okay.

You know, everybody in this building is pretty much okaywith me...

or theywouldn't be here. Oh.

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David Lynch

David Keith Lynch (born January 20, 1946) is an American director, screenwriter, visual artist, musician, actor, and author. Known for his surrealist films, he has developed a unique cinematic style. The surreal and, in many cases, violent elements contained within his films have been known to "disturb, offend or mystify" audiences. more…

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